Rain continues to wreak havoc in Mexican soil but also in the United States, where attendees of the US Open match between Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman and South African Kevin Anderson freaked out, as the roof collapsed and fell on them.
The retractable structure of Louis Armstrong Stadium could not withstand the weight of rainwater accumulated by Hurricane Ida in Flushing Meadows, New York, so white sports fans had to get up from their seats and seek shelter from the falling debris.
In a video that has already gone viral, it is observed how water and wind mercilessly penetrated the corners of the court as Anderson and Schwartzman faced each other, in a duel that suffered one of the strangest stops in the history of the game. US Open Championship.
When the first set tiebreak of the second-round match was played, a half-hour suspension came first, to make way for a drying machine and a group of workers who began with towels drying the slippery surface, causing this to happen. The fall of the earth .. the Argentine in one of the last points.
After the match resumed and Schwartzman won 7-6 (7-4) in the first set and after three points from the second set, the match was permanently stopped and postponed for the night on Arthur Ashe Center Court.
The match between Kevin Anderson and Diego Schwartzman at Louis Armstrong Stadium, which has been paused for some time, will end tonight at Arthur Ashe Stadium after Stefanos Tsitsipas and Adrian Mannarino’s match, the US Tennis Federation has informed the fans.
In the end, the Argentine won the match in consecutive rounds 7-6 (7-4), 6-3, 6-4, while the other match was scheduled for Wednesday evening at Louis Armstrong Stadium between German Angelique. Kerber and Ukrainian Anhelina Kalinina have been postponed for today.
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